Ace and Jack are two of three kittens who recently came in to the SPCA as strays. They are now looking to get adopted. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

VIDEO: Find Me My Furever Home – Three little kittens at the Chilliwack SPCA

Ace, Jack and Queen are three young black kittens looking for their ‘furever’ home

Find Me My Furever Home is a weekly video featuring animals up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. It is put together by The Progress in partnership with the Chilliwack SPCA.

Three little kittens who have lost their homes are now up for adoption at the Chilliwack SPCA. Ace, Queen and Jack – who came into the branch as strays – are about six months old.

“They were quite shy and quite fearful when they first came in,” said Chloé MacBeth, Chilliwack SPCA branch manager.

The SCPA has been doing behaviour modification with them and “they’ve now learned that people are not quite so scary,” she added.

She highly recommends that people who own black cats get their feline microchipped as it is extremely difficult to identify black cats by their appearance.

Their SPCA ID numbers are: 506311 (Ace), 506312 (Queen), and 506313 (Jack).

If you’re interested in adopting any or all of these kittens, or any other animal from the Chilliwack SPCA, call 604-823-6612. Hours are Friday to Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. You can also call to make an appointment outside of those hours.

Missed our last Find Me My Furever Home video? Click here to see Buttermilk and Biscuit.


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Ace and Jack are two of three kittens who recently came in to the SPCA as strays. They are now looking to get adopted. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

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